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Setting Goals for An Effective Food Plot Program
by Blaine Burley

If you want to attract more deer and grow bigger deer on your property you must develop an effective year-round food plot program.  In other words, you will need to grow and maintain a significant amount of high-quality (year-round) food plots that will greatly enhance the nutritional plane on your property.  In short, you must begin “farming for deer” not just planting a few small plots each fall to attract and harvest deer.

In order to get the most out of your property and your investment you must be…
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Seasonal Nutritional Needs of the Whitetail
by David Morris

In order to formulate a nutritional strategy (plan) for whitetails, it is necessary to know their seasonal nutritional needs. Biologists and scientists can get into…

Laying Out Your Food Plots - Part I
by David Morris

You like the idea of more and bigger deer on your property, and you’ve become convinced that food plots can help get you there.…



High Fences: Compliment or Curse? - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In the Part I, I discussed the advantages and disadvantages of high fencing your property for management purposes. In Part II, I will examine…

Deer Stocking and the TTT Program - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

How Well Do Stocked Deer Survive?
Overall, 34 of the 47 translocated deer (72 percent) survived at least one year after the release. …



Scouting Public Land Pays Off
by Terry Sedivec

When I first moved to Iowa 12 years ago, I had no access to private land. My sole availability was public ground, which fortunately Iowa…



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Ground Blind Magic

There’s something magical about hunting whitetails on the ground. I’ve always enjoyed still-hunting and hunting out of ground blinds – either makeshift brush blinds or a commercial pop-up. In fact, after several decades of hunting whitetails, I’ve only killed a few bucks out of a tree stand or an elevated box blind. Hunting on the ground level gets you up close and personal, and particularly for close shots with a bow or muzzleloader, there is nothing more exciting or challenging.


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